Vegan Asian-Inspired Recipes are perfect for entertaining or enjoying any night of the week. They are vegan, gluten-free, and healthier than most dishes you’ll find at restaurants. And they are all delicious and easy to make!
I grew up going to a lot of Asian restaurants. A lot of them weren’t authentic, but I loved the food.
There were a wide variety of cuisines to choose from, such as Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, and Indian.
In fact, one of the traditions we had was going to an Asian restaurant on Christmas. (Yes, we were those stereo-typical Jews who eat Chinese food on Christmas.)
And the flavors and ingredients I tried remain some of my favorites to this day.
I still love having Asian food on holidays, but now I often make it myself instead of going to a restaurant.
Sometimes it’s nice to relax at home instead of driving somewhere, and I like knowing exactly what ingredients are going in my dishes so I can make them healthier and use less or no oil.
Plus you can invite your friends and family over and have everyone bring a dish!
These Vegan Asian-Inspired Recipes should help get you started.
It’s always nice to start with a bowl of comforting soup. Spicy Coconut Soup is one of my favorites, and it’s ready in no time.
I also enjoy serving a delicious appetizer like Mango Tofu Summer Rolls with Spicy Peanut Sauce.
Vegan Lettuce Wraps are another great choice.
Or you could go with Burma Superstar Tea Leaf Salad.
But fried rice is also a classic! I love Spicy Mango Fried Rice because it’s flavorful even though it’s oil-free.
Chickpea Curry is another favorite Vegan Asian-Inspired Recipe. And it’s even better the next day!
And everyone will love Peanut Sauce Tofu! It’s one of my all-time favorite recipes.
I hope you have enjoyed these Vegan Asian-Inspired Recipes!
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